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Canadians Care benefit raises $200,000 for Syrian refugee effort

Monkey Junk singer Steve Marriner.

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Monkey Junk guitarist Tony D.

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Global's Tom Clark.

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CBC's Peter Mansbridge.

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The crowd at the Blacksheep Inn.

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Ensight's Jaime Watt and U.S. Ambassador to Canada Bruce Heyman.

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Singer Whitney Rose.

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Artist Philip Craig donated a series of PM portraits which raised $7,000 for the evening.

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Liberal MP Steve MacKinnon.

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Indigenous and Northern Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett and former NDP MP Megan Leslie.

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Columnist Chantal Hébert, reporter Susan Delacourt and Kathleen Monk.

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PMO communications director Kate Purchase, Jane Kennedy and Molly Anderson.

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Ensight's Jaime Watt, MediaStyle's Ian Capstick and Ensight's Andrew Balfour.

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Bruce Anderson.

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Dan Mader and CTV's Mercedes Stephenson.

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Bruce Andreson, who helped organize the concert, with Global's Tom Clark.

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Steve Marriner, lead vocalist for Canadian band Monkey Junk, performed at a benefit concert on Dec. 11 at the Blacksheep Inn in Wakefield, Que., to raise money for Syrian refugees coming to Canada.

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Parliamentary chief of protocol Elizabeth Rody and Jane Kennedy.

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